Cincinnati Bengals Tickets & Burning Question

The 2022 Cincinnati Bengals were one play away from reaching the Super Bowl as they fell 23-20 to the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in the AFC Championship Game. It was a bitter end to an outstanding season, one that saw the Bengals claim the AFC North crown with a record of 12-4 before dispatching the Baltimore Ravens and Buffalo Bills in the first two rounds of the playoffs.

With Joe Burrow at the controls, this still feels like a team in the middle of its Super Bowl window. Tickets for the home opener against the Ravens – a game that could go a long way to deciding the destination of the AFC North title – are priced at around $230 with Immortal Seats. Tickets for the Thanksgiving weekend clash with the Pittsburgh Steelers are at around $200, while one cheaper option is the December 10 matchup with the Indianapolis Colts, where Immortal Seats Bengals tickets are going for less than $125 for the cheap seats.

Check out the Cincinnati Bengals’ full home schedule at the end of this post.

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How careful will they be with Joe Burrow?

Every Bengals fan out there was worried when Joe Burrow was stretchered off the field in training camp. The Bengals have a stacked roster, but without Burrow, this team will struggle in a loaded division where even the fourth-placed squad could finish 2023 with a winning record. The injury is a calf issue, and it is one that some think could be cleared up to have Burrow back on the field for Week 1.

Calf injuries are tricky. While the medical staff in Cincinnati is among the best in the business, there is always the chance of making things significantly worse by coming back too early. The flip side is that the Bengals can’t afford to leave Burrow out for too long. They start with back-to-back divisional games in Cleveland and at home to the Ravens, so losses without Burrow in the lineup would be significant for tiebreakers down the line. This is a story worth watching as the preseason unfolds.

2023 Cincinnati Bengals Home Games

Sept 17 – Baltimore Ravens

Sept 25 – Los Angeles Rams

Oct 15 – Seattle Seahawks

Nov 5 – Buffalo Bills

Nov 12 – Houston Texans

Nov 26 – Pittsburgh Steelers

Dec 10 – Indianapolis Colts

Dec 17 – Minnesota Vikings

Week 18 (Date TBD) Cleveland Browns

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